Maumelle COE Campground – Little Rock

by | Mar 27, 2016

We’ve left Texas and continue our loop back to Macon. This stop takes us to Maumelle COE Campground Little Rock, AR for a week long stay. This is a great RV campground along the edge of the Arkansas River. There are paved roads throughout, the sites are level with crush gravel and most have large hardwood trees for shade. With the wooded sites, we still had easy access to set up the dish for satellite TV. The sites are spacious and most have great views of the river. We were fortunate enough to have one of the few pull-throughs along the river. One note, as typical with most COE campgrounds, hook ups are limited to 30 amp and water only.

The campground seems to be a return destination for most of those we spoke too. I can understand why with the close proximity to downtown Little Rock and the community of Maumelle all within minutes from large grocery stores, restaurants and many other services. There’s great hiking and vista views from Pinnacle Mountain just a short bike ride from the campground. Hiking trails are everywhere and if you are into biking, there is a dedicate route along the river to downtown Little Rock.

We travel with two cats, Mink and Molly. At three years old, they both act like rambunctious teenagers. Playing hard on Friday evening, Mink was chasing Molly through the living room and missed a step running head first into the wooden face of a step drawer. Finding her a little dazed, she seemed ok for the night. The following morning we found her with a swollen face, a cut lip and missing a tooth. We called 4 veterinarians until we found one who would see us on short notice. We were fortunate to find Pinnacle Valley Animal Hospital just minutes from the campground. I can’t say enough kind words about the staff and vet and their excellent care. Poor Mink lost 6 teeth and had to take antibiotics for a week. Being 700 miles from home, finding critical services can be very daunting. These were great people if your pet needs help and you are nearby.

On the positive side, we loved the area. Our only disappointment was not booking more time for the area. A week was just too short. We look forward to returning and taking advantage of Hot Spring National Park and the numerous parks and sites just a few miles north.

I love RV life, Jerry

Maumelle COE Campground – https://www.recreation.gov/camping/maumelle/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=71932

 
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